New York Literary Lights



New York Literary Lights William Corbett takes an expansive look at the ghosts, the landmarks, and the current denizens who make New York City so popular with the literary crowd Ranging from Paul Auster to Zora Neale Hurston, from the Algonquin Round Table to the Nuyorican Poets Caf , from Edgar Allan Poe to the Beat Generation, Corbett takes us on a dizzying ride through the literary highlights of New York.Illuminating a city rich in famous writers against a combustible mixture of cultures and commerce, Corbett shows us how New York s multifaceted literary present has emerged from its constantly evolving past New York Literary Lights travels through both time and place to provide an altogether enlightening, entertaining hybrid of history, gossip, and reference book. Download New York Literary Lights – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 346 pages
  • New York Literary Lights
  • William Corbett
  • English
  • 24 July 2018
  • 1555972721

10 thoughts on “New York Literary Lights

  1. Bronwen says:

    I have to admit I ve been reading this book very gradually It s an alphabetical guidebook with history about writers, bars, neighborhoods, galleries, presses, and anything else relevant to writing in New York City It s well written and interesting, lots of nice little tid bits, but it s rather heavy for the subway, and since it jumps from thing to thing alphabetically, it doesn t hold one s pre sleep attention quite so well as certain other books But I now notice street names where writers l I have to admit I ve been reading this book very gradually It s an alphabetical guidebook with history about writers, bars, neighborhoods, galleries, presses, and anything else relevant to writing in New York City It s well written and interesting, lots of nice little tid bits, but it s rather heavy for the subway, and since it jumps from thing to thing alphabetically, it doesn t hold one s pre sleep attention quite so well as certain oth...

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